Covering Kids and Families of Indiana is encouraging Hoosier adults and children to take advantage of free health care options before school starts.
The impasse between Norton Healthcare and Anthem Blue Cross/Blue Shield continues, and both sides still refuse to meet.
The impasse between Kentucky’s largest insurer and Louisville’s largest healthcare provider will get a public airing Monday.
Kentucky’s largest insurer and Louisville’s largest health care provider may be headed for a split.
Earlier this month, President Obama called on Congress to tackle the issue of health care reform this year. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi predicted there could be a bill under consideration in her chamber by the end of July.
WFPL’s Gabe Bullard has been speaking to some local officials about why health care is so expensive, and what kind of legislation might emerge from Capitol Hill.
The healthcare advocacy group Families USA has released a new report that says nearly one third of Kentuckians under 65 were without insurance at some point during 2007 and 2008.
While thousands of area residents are waiting for electric companies to restore power, many also are waiting for insurance claims adjusters to inspect their damaged properties. WFPL’s Elizabeth Kramer has more. The Kentucky Department of Insurance has been working to ease the process for claims adjusters coming to work from outside the state to inspect… Continue reading Department of Insurance Offers Advice for Customers
In a Securities and Exchange Commission filing this week, Louisville-based insurer Humana announced it needed to drop prescription drug care coverage for hundreds of thousands of people in order to make profit goals.